[miao archives] Lotus & the Snow Leopard

According to Miao family legend, Lotus was raised by snow leopards in a remote mountain range. The snow leopards trained him in many of the batcatly arts – floating on floof, shadow-free bug-hunting, and various techniques of stomping and squishing. They also taught him how to bug-hunt while appearing to catnap.

Lotus ♥ Auntie Snow Leopard
[photo taken Dec 2006]

Baby Lotus after a long training session with his snow leopard guardians
Baby Lotus snuggles with Nanny Snow Leopard
[photo taken summer 2000]

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12 Responses to [miao archives] Lotus & the Snow Leopard

  1. pegoftilling says:

    …and then he came to walk the earth, meet people… get into adventures like Caine from “Kung Fu.”

    Srsly the Baby BatCat picture kills me ded.

  2. Awww
    ::scrolls down::
    A Baby BatCat! *melt*

  3. trishc1812 says:

    I loved reading Lotus’s story. He just blends in with his snow leopard trainer in both pictures.
    Baby BatCat is just too cute!

  4. mariser says:

    like others have said, Baby Loty is cuteness at its most dedliestest.
    but I have add props for the indefatigable eternal guardian, Nanny Snow Leopard.

  5. Lurkertype says:

    I remember this story, but I’m happy to hear and see it again.

    and Loty has the good fortune that Nanny Snow Leopard didn’t become all evil like Ras Al Ghul.

  6. Laurie says:

    Did Nanny Snow Leopard just vanish into the night like magic at some point?

  7. Freedom Smith says:

    Precious picture and I love the stories you tell us about your cats and their heritage!

Miao & Purr!

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